Will WebRTC Change the Face of Communication? [Infographic]

Will WebRTC change the face of communication?

If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you know I’ve been interested in and testing Web Real Time Communication (WebRTC) applications for online video conferencing.

I’m excited about the potential for WebRTC. Who wouldn’t want to have a video conference in your browser that just works? Continue reading Will WebRTC Change the Face of Communication? [Infographic]

Ignite UX Michigan Returns October 21

Ignite UX MichiganBuilding on the success of the inaugural event in 2013, Ignite UX Michigan returns for a second year on October 21. with an evening of five minute talks covering a wide variety of user experience topics.

The event will be held at Conor O’Neill’s in downtown Ann Arbor (map and directions). Networking begins at 6:00pm with talks kicking off at 7:00pm. Continue reading Ignite UX Michigan Returns October 21

Photo of the Week: Bennett Arboretum

Bennett Arboretum

If you live in southeast Michigan, you’re probably familiar with Nichols Arboretum in Ann Arbor, Michigan, part of the University of Michigan.

But did you know thousands of people drive by the oldest public arboretum in Michigan every day, not even knowing it exists? Continue reading Photo of the Week: Bennett Arboretum

Blipshot: Take Screenshots with One Click

Blipshot Chrome screenshot extension

When news came out in early August 2014 that the Chrome Awesome Screenshot extension was tracking and sending browsing history, I (along with many other users) searched for an alternative. I’d been using Awesome Screenshot on my Chromebook and was quite happy with it. Continue reading Blipshot: Take Screenshots with One Click

Weekly Roundup of Web Design and Development Resources: October 17, 2014

Art along the Detroit Riverwalk

Putting intuitive back into intuitive design, an app that converts the spoken word into text in real time, how to work with Sass mixins, and five things to remember when you launch a WordPress site are a few of the resources you’ll find in this week’s web design and development roundup.

If you’re new to my blog, each week I gather some of my favorite resources for user experience, accessibility, WordPress, CSS, HTML, and responsive design and compile them in a weekly resource post. Continue reading Weekly Roundup of Web Design and Development Resources: October 17, 2014